An entertainment fixture since 1927, Dedham Community Theatre entices moviegoers with two large screens projecting contemporary independent films and a concession stand brimming with popcorn, snacks, and sodas.Settle into your choice of big-screen showings, which have recently included French film Sarah's Key, the romantic comedy Midnight in Paris, and The King's Speech, the dramatic biopic about Elvis' tenure as U.N. Secretary General. Twosomes and foursomes can nosh on concession stand favorites such as freshly buttered popcorn and or wine and beer from the theater's bar (not included with this Groupon) while soaking in the drama on screen.
The fashion-savvy stylists at Frenzy Boutique rotate garment racks with the latest looks for women and girls by Soul Revival, Level 99, Ankh, and other high-profile designers. Off-the-shoulder shirts by Vain reveal the skin's funkier flairs ($62); pairs of wedge gladiator sandals by Sergio Zelce embellish feet in black-and-brown hues and act as a backup weapon in the event of sword failure ($58). Royal Plush jeans shower lucky legs with snug streaks of attention ($79–$225), pairing primly with T-shirts designed by Inappropriate ($62) and accompanying handbags ($75). As patrons peruse Frenzy's clothing, they can discuss fashion trends or the benefits of bathing in dust with the in-store mascot, a chinchilla named Toby.
My Gym Children's Fitness Center divides its classes into seven age groups, each based in the process of natural childhood development. Staff and instructors draw from current physiological, psychological, and sociological studies, as well as hands-on childcare experience, to design age-appropriate workouts that hone each age group's most vital skills. Classes accommodate children aged 6 weeks–8 years, focusing on skill sets ranging from visual and spatial exploration to gross-motor-skill development to structured games and gymnastics fundamentals. Eventually, this instruction leads up to full cardio and sports-focused classes for children up to 13 years of age, which keep kids fit enough to track and capture their own stuffed animals.
With the height of his career 230 million years behind him, the 20-foot T. rex followed a path typical to many retirees: he decided to hit the golf course. Since 1958, the bright-orange behemoth has kept watch over the sixth hole at Route 1 Miniature Golf & Batting Cages, dazzling visitors with his twin rows of gleaming incisors and spot-on Bob Hope impersonation. But the toothy star isn’t the only creature challenging players on this classic putt-putt course. Players must map their swings to navigate a roaring lion, yawning hippo, and towering gray elephant before testing their luck on the 18th hole, where only the most precise putts can succeed in ringing the siren and winning the player a free game.
Adjacent to the mini-golf fairways, four batting cages pitch balls at speeds of more than 85 miles per hour, and an arcade challenges players with classic video games, including Ice Ball. Come cool-down time, guests can usher in a sweet finish to their afternoon by storming the Dairy Castle to seize one of 26 flavors of Richardson’s ice cream, including black raspberry and maple walnut.